Thouigh we don't recognize any VHTRC finishers, we should note that Scott Mills was the RD for the San Diego 100 Mile on June 12-13. The event had live updates. While the competition was close, we give the score in the live update contest as: SD100 2 - MMT 1. Congrats to Scotty! He is now off to run Western $tates for the last time. SD 100 Web site
Submitted by Club Information on June 15, 2010 - 5:35pm
Laurel Highlands, the oldest pure trail race in this area, was held on June 12-13. Jim Harris was the leading VHTRC finisher in eighth place. Due to the closure of the bridge across the PA Turnpike, the course was seven miles longer this year. That and the warm weather made this year's event particularly brutal. You will also notice the MMT course record holder in the results. Results
Submitted by Club Information on June 15, 2010 - 5:29pm
VHTRC members Matt Woods and Lyuda Anderson were the top man and woman at the North Face 50 Mile held on June 5 along the Potomac River between Great Falls and Algonkian Regional Park. On June 6, Heather Sshaffer, Matt's sister, won the half marathon. The results are linked from this page on the North Face site.
Submitted by Club Information on June 6, 2010 - 8:54am
While 170 runners were taking on the Massanutten rocks this weekend, some VHTRC members were taking on a different challenge - running for 24-48 hours around a 0.85 mile loop in a county fairground in New Jersey. Overcoming the desire to catch the pig races, and inspired by the cotton candy at the aid station, club member Scott Brockmeier was the overall winner in the 48 hour race, covering 240 laps, and Sandy Powell was 2nd woman and 4th overall. VHTRC's Bill Gentry and Tom Sperduto also participated.
Last we looked, Karsten was still entered in MMT. So he tapered for it by setting a new course record at the Capon Valley 50km in West Virginia on May 8. There were several other VHTRC finishers. Results
Submitted by Club Information on May 9, 2010 - 5:32pm
Alex Papadopoulos reports: "The ICY-8 became the ICKY-8 this past Saturday [May 1]. From 30 inches of snow and a cancellation to 90 degrees and sunny, runners took to the trails in Prince William Forest Park to see if the change in venue and temperatures would alter anything. VHTRCers Brad Hinton and Johanna Lockner took top honous for overall male and female. Ageless Mike Campbell finished a strong second overall. Other VHRTCers included David Snipes, James Hinton, Caroline Williams, and Keith Hosman to name a few." Results
Submitted by Club Information on May 7, 2010 - 9:08am